April 24, 2017

 

Increasing Your Resolution

The first thing you should check is your window size. Is your internet browser filling up your entire screen (except maybe the taskbar, which is the strip across the bottom with the Start button on it)? If not, you need to click on the middle button in the top right of this window, which should have the image of the outline of a square.

If you are having this same problem and are using an Apple Macintosh, you need to go to the bottom right of the window and stretch the window out as big as it can get. You might need to drag the window around in order to do this, which you can accomplish my clicking down and holding the top strip of the window.

If that doesn't work, you'll need to increase your resolution. This is a bit more complicated, but it isn't very hard to do.

First, you'll need to minimize this window (after reading it, of course). Then, right-click on your Desktop (the background image that starts up with windows). Select Properties, then select the Settings tab in the window that should pop up. Here you will find display options. Set the screen resolution to at least 800x600. Confirm the new settings, and now try the site out again. This should making browsing the internet, and other common tasks, much easier to accomplish.

 

 


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